Egyptian club Al Ahly, the holders of the African Champions League title, have announced that they will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in protest against the African Union’s decision to hold the final match of the competition in Morocco.

Al-Ahli has indicated that he will play in the African Champions League final later this month at any stadium, but that will not stop him from continuing to go to court after being asked to play in a neutral stadium to level the field. of play.

The African Confederation (CAF), meanwhile, maintained its position in hosting the match on May 30 and justified it by the fact that it had previously received two applications for hosting the final from Morocco and Senegal, while Egypt did not request the organization.

Al-Ahly confirmed that he is proud of his good relations with all Moroccan clubs and said that they are not party to the crisis and the club’s position is only against “K”.

Al Ahli clinched the title last year after defeating South African team Kaizer Chiefs in the last match also held in Morocco.